As far as I can tell, on many sites there is a consensus that it is better to avoid bumping too many questions at the same time. (At least on the sites I visit frequently I have seen some discussions about this - of course, depending on the size of the site, there can be a substantial difference in what actually constitutes "bumping too many old questions". There are also some feature requests on this site which seem related to this problem, for example: Allow non-bumping minor edits, but review them on /review.)
On the other hand, it is quite often relatively easy to find many questions that can be improved by some edit. And there are some situations where large numbers of such questions arise naturally. (To list some examples: A new tag was created and it is being added at least to the old questions most relevant to the topic. A tag with many question is being removed by community effort.)
Typically when a user finds many questions that can be edited, they stop after certain number of questions as not to inconvenience others by filling the frontpage by many old questions. Still, it might be useful to mark somewhere the questions which need editing - to do them later as the "next batch".
I'd imagine that many users have this problem. (At last some discussions I had on per-site-metas and in chat suggests so.) Therefore I thought that some suggestions how to approach this might be useful for users from various Stack Exchange sites.
Question: What tools do you use to mark question which you intent to edit in future (possibly with marking also the type of edit.)